Grand Traditional Style Jamaica Village Gem just 10 minutes to Stratton Mountain slopes. Attached, restored 18′ x 24′ – two storey cathedral barn adds charming square footage with commercial potential. Wide board floor, old chestnut beams with newer, updated roof. Nice yard next to attractively restored 1830 Jamaica Town Hall.
About the Greek Revival Style – By Dr. Christopher Cooper
The period of architecture we can loosely term Greek Revival, Neoclassical or Regency depending on your school of thought was popular from the 1820’s until about 1860, and had a major impact in Canada and the United States on public and commercial architecture, and a lesser, although still very significant, impact, on religious and domestic buildings. In many respects it is a natural continuation of the Georgian style which preceded it. The Regency period saw a great surge of interest in classical Greece, popularized by men like Lord Byron.
The Greek Revival Style arrived in North America around 1820. The Grecian and Roman details were rarely absent from American pattern books; the most popular books of the time were by Connecticut-born Asher Benjamin who wrote “The American Builder’s Companion” first published in 1827. This book instructed builders in every aspect of construction, including the development of geometry, carpentry, construction of sashes, frames, doors, and stairs; along with plans and elevations of domestic and other buildings.
3751 Vermont Route 30- Jamaica Village
Beautifully restored Greek Revival with wide board floors and attention to detail throughout. Great for a home or business or Both! Many conveniences; Walk to West River, walk to Elementary School, walk to the gorgeous Jamaica State Park with hiking trails and Hamilton Falls. 12 minutes drive to Stratton Mountain and 25 minutes to Mt. Snow and Manchester. A special historic home. Directly across from the famed Three Mountain Inn. $399.000 USD
The house includes a beautiful attached barn that is a complete blank canvas to turn into what ever you wish.
The most wonderful thing about this house is that the new owner need only place the key in the front door and turn! This beautiful edifice comes completely furnished with lovely antiques.
The Beautiful Kitchen.
Dining and Living Room.
The Master Bedroom.
A Few Extra Details:
Year Built: 1830 – Taxes: $4,800 – Bedrooms: 3 – Road Footage: 40 feet – Approximate. Acres: .75 – Baths: 2 – 1 full, 1 three quarter – Approximate Square Footage: 3,500 – Basement: Unfinished – Style: Greek Revival – Roof: Shingle – Driveway: Grassy – Sewer: Septic – Heat: Forced Air – Furnished: Yes, new appliances, antiques – Fuel: Oil FWA – House Color: Gray, white trim – Exterior: Wood Clapboard – Water: Dug Well/Spring – Capacity: 500 gallons/day – Floors: Wide wood plank.
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